On the Move – May

Posted on May 1, 2011 :: People and Business on the Move
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Integrity Insurance’s Board of Directors expanded the title for Joseph F. DiMartino from president to include CEO. He was also appointed to the company’s board of directors. DiMartino started with Integrity Insurance in May 2010. The board for the Appleton insurance company also selected Thomas S. Stewart as its new board chairman. He has been a member of Integrity’s board since 2002.

Scott Keckler is the new vice president of Manitowoc Crane Care, Americas. He provides strategic planning, direction and management for all of the Americas Crane Care teams. Keckler held a variety of positions with Manitowoc Crane since joining the company in 1988. Manitowoc Crane also named Gilberto Ferreira as director of EnCORE Americas, the company’s remanufacturing program.

Dr. Marjorie Delo joined Holy Family Memorial’s Lakeshore Orthopaedics in Manitowoc. She received her bachelor’s degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and her medical degree from New York University School of Medicine. She completed her residency at University of Massachusetts Medical Center and also completed a sports medicine fellowship at the University of California-San Diego. Holy Family Memorial Women’s Health in Manitowoc added Dr. William Leach, Jr. He received his medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his OB/GYN residency at Aurora Sinai Medical Center in Milwaukee.

Cheryl Seelig, a registered nurse and clinic supervisor for ThedaCare, was promoted to practice administrator of ThedaCare Physicians-New London. She has worked for ThedaCare the past 10 years in a variety of leadership roles, including most recently serving as practice supervisor for ThedaCare Physicians-Shawano. Traci Berry is the new practice administrator for ThedaCare Physicians-Shawano. She comes to her new position from Riverside Clinic in Shawano where she’s been clinic manager since 2006. Dr. Judd Pulley joined ThedaCare Orthopedics Plus as a sports medicine physician. He received his medical degree from the University of Illinois and completed his residency at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee at St. Luke’s Family Practice. Dr. Pulley also completed a sports medicine fellowship at Montana Family Medicine in Billings, Mont. ThedaCare Behavioral Health added Joelle Fellinger as a nurse practitioner in psychiatry at its Menasha clinic. She works with adult patients suffering from depression, anxiety, mood disorders and psychosis. Fellinger earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from UW-Oshkosh and her master’s degree in adult mental health nursing from UW-Madison.

The Sexual Assault Crisis Center in Appleton added Emily Bowles as a communications and grant coordinator; Angela Savides as a therapist and group counselor; and Cecelia Shoaf as an administrative assistant.

Ericka Krumrie joined Hermes Law Ltd. in Green Bay as an attorney, specializing in business and civil litigation, environmental litigation, debt collection litigation and pre-litigation risk assessment/ litigation avoidance. She received her bachelor’s degree from St. Norbert College and her law degree from Hamline University.

Mitchell J. Musial is the newest shareholder at Menn Law in Appleton. A member of the firm’s business practice group, Musial received his law degree from Creighton University and his LL.M. from Georgetown University.

Terrie Pohjola is the new vice president of associations and programs at Secura Insurance in Appleton.
Dr. Robert Griesser was elected president of the BayCare Clinic Board of Managers. He will serve a three-year term.

Dr. Santi Budiasih joined Affinity Medical Group’s Koeller Street clinic in Oshkosh. She earned her medical degree from the University of Indonesia College of Medicine. She completed a joint pediatric residency at the University of Nebraska Medical Center/Creighton University – Children’s Hospital of Omaha. Deb Cross is the new director of Affinity NurseDirect/Population Health. She also continues in her role as director of emergency management, where she is responsible for Affinity’s disaster preparedness. Cross has been with Affinity since 1990.

Matthew Stollak, an assistant professor of business administration at St. Norbert College, received the 2010 Career Achievement Award from the Green Bay Area Chapter Society for Human Resource Management.
Jerry Cook, a financial representative with Country in Appleton, earned his Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow designation from American College in Bryn Mawr, Pa.

Patrick Van Dehy joined the Performance Companies as chief operating officer. He leads the business in integrating production planning and automation initiatives, strategic materials management, business growth strategies and near-term ISO-9001 registration objectives. Travis Thoreen joined Performance as a quality engineer.

Skyline Technologies Inc. added Don Dimmer as a senior project manager; Tuppence Weix as a portal system engineer; Mike Lauer as a project manager; Jeremiah Billman in its custom software solutions practice; Justin Weyenberg as a software engineer; Curt Bastian as a senior network administrator; and Jennifer Prochnow as a business analyst.

Barbara Pandolfo is the new executive director of Touchmark on West Prospect in Appleton. For 10 years, Pandolfo held several leadership positions with Time Warner Cable in Appleton.
Jay Fulkerson, former CEO of United Healthcare’s Central Region and Touchpoint Health Plan in Appleton, joined Health Payment Systems in Milwaukee as an executive vice president.
Alexandra Wallace, Tom Whalen and Tej Vaishnav joined the Appleton office of Baker Tilly Virchow Krause LLP as staff accountants.

Attorney Gina Vollmer joined Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP in Green Bay. She earned her bachelor’s and law degrees from Marquette University and her master’s degree in business administration from Valparaiso University. Before joining Hinshaw & Culbertson, she worked at a Neenah law firm. Vollmer specializes in business law.

Jeff Myster joined Stephenson National Bank & Trust as vice president, retail banking manager in Marinette. He oversees the new relationship banking side of the bank, including teller operations, personal banking, consumer and mortgage lending, marketing and branch operations. Jeanie L. Danielak joined the bank’s Marinette office as a trust officer.

Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin announced several new hires: Jackie Zolp as site coordinator for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program; Jason Clark as a PC/network technician; Matthew Kadlec as a financial counselor with the Financial Information and Service Center; and Kathy Laird as an intake specialist for the new Fox Valley Tech FISC team. Goodwill also promoted Christina Loch to assistant team leader at its Green Bay West Retail Store and Training Center and Andrea Granditzke to area team leader with Goodwill’s Menasha Retail Store and Training Center.

Dr. Timothy C. Koch joined BayCare Clinic as an emergency room physician at Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center. He received his medical degree from Midwestern University in Chicago and completed his residency training in emergency medicine at Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital, Regional Medical Center at Michigan State University.

Thomas L. Herlache, a member of Baylake Bank’s board of directors, was named chairman of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago’s Board of Directors.

Mary Beth Kelly joined the Oshkosh Area Community Foundation as its new education coordinator.
The Chamber of Manitowoc County’s Board of Directors named its officer for 2011: chairperson – Steve Ford of Steve Ford-State Farm; chair-elect – Pat Kaldor of Felician Village; treasurer – Stan Johnson of A.C.E. Building Services; and secretary – Amy Townsend of Amy’s Apparel.

Bob Palmer is now the full-time chief executive officer for Navitus Health Solutions, which has an office in Appleton and clients throughout the Fox Cities. Previously, Palmer split his time between serving as CEO of Dean Health Plan in Madison and Navitus.

John Michaud is the new director of business development at Tufco Technologies Inc.’s Green Bay contract manufacturing division. He brings more than 22 years of experience in technical sales, marketing and management to his new position.

Consolidated Construction Co. of Appleton added Rich Luce to its architectural staff. Luce has been a registered architect since 1990, designing and managing commercial projects for firms in Milwaukee. In addition, Consolidated promoted Paul Ver Voort to project manager. He has been with the company since 2005 as a site superintendent.

Miron Construction added Liz Blohm as a marketing coordinator and Dylan Lienhardt as a conceptual estimating assistant. Blohm has four years of experience in the construction industry and has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from UW-Oshkosh. Lienhardt is a recent graduate of UW-Stout and has a bachelor’s degree in construction management and an associate constructor certificate.

The Mechanical Contractors Association of North Central Wisconsin selected its leaders for 2011: president – Mark Loper of AZCO in Appleton; vice president – Richard Bushey of Mechanical Technologies Inc. of Green Bay; and secretary/treasurer – David Aldag of Aldag Honold Mechanical of Sheboygan.
The Insulation Contractors Association of Northern Wisconsin and Upper Michigan elected its leaders for 2011: president – Jim Bartelt of Bartelt Insuation Supply Inc. of Appleton; vice president – Scott Berken of Sprinkmann Sons Corp. of Wrightstown; and secretary/treasurer – Mark Skic of Taylor Insulation Co. of Merrill.

Keith Piepenburg, a principal and process development manager at Baisch Engineering in Kaukauna, joined the company’s board of directors. He also assumed the new title of corporate director and process department manager. Piepenburg has been with Baisch for 33 years, including the past 13 years as a shareholder.

Jerry Antoon, criminal justice instructor in the Public Safety division at Fox Valley Technical College, was elected to the newly-formed National Electronic Alarm Association Apprenticeship Trust Board.

Dr. JaChan Callon joined Mercy Medical Center in Oshkosh as a hospitalist. She earned her medical degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine. She served her residency at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Ill. Pat Jones-Cooper, a board-certified nurse practitioner specializing in oncology, is also now seeing patients at Mercy’s Michael D. Wachtel Cancer Center.

Sabina Zolata is the new chief executive officer for Workforce Economics Inc., a non-profit organization in Green Bay that seeks to find affordable and efficient employment and training opportunities. She previously was the organization’s chief operating officer.

Dr. Andrew Jones opened Jones Family Chiropractic at 1150 Emmers Lane in Oshkosh. He earned a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from UW-Eau Claire and a doctor of chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.

Place Perfect Realty recently honored several of its agents. Cheryl Wilch received the 2010 rookie of the year award and an outstanding saves award; Dan Stacy, Steve Kunesh, Amy Bretl, Steve Zander, Sarah Harding, Judy Behling and Cheryl Maxwell; Taylor Hansen received the 2010 leader award for the Green Bay office; and Janet Woods received the 2010 leader award for the entire company as well as the Marinette and Menominee offices.

Certified public accountants Christopher Handrick and John Prophet were elected to serve three-year terms on the Schenck Board of Directors. Both are Schenck shareholders.

Jill Harp joined the OMNNI Associates team as a real estate specialist. She will manage projects and perform real estate acquisition, relocation and appraisal processes for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for the purpose of expanding, relocating, and improving highways and airports. OMNNI also announced several employees were recognized by the Wisconsin Society of Land Surveyors for excellence in survey mapping services. Larry Miller and Ben Wildenberg earned a second place honor for their Town of Greenville Sanitary Sewer Service Area color map while Dave Yurk, Joel Wald and Jared Stoddard received a third place award for their detailed map of STH 13 in Adams County.

Angela Haase, Matt Hohner, Mike Lehmann and Peggy Coffeen joined the sales team at Skyline Exhibit Resource in De Pere.

Judith Levin opened JCL Elder Mediation Services LLC in Oshkosh. Her services address the unique needs of the elderly, including caregiving responsibilities, safety and health concerns, residency decisions or simply communication between family members.

Community Living Solutions in Appleton added Rick Nierzwicki as a senior project manager, Troy Steege as a lead project designer and Paul Tomlinson as a field project manager.

Ron Peck, an assistant professor of biology at Lawrence University in Appleton, received a $289,390 Academic Research Enhancement Award grant from the National Institutes of Health to support his research of a hardy microbe that thrives in salt water.

Dr. Amanda Sommerfeldt, assistant medical director at Unity in Green Bay, received the Certificate of Added Qualifications in Hospice and Palliative Medicine from the American Board of Family Medicine. Unity also added Kristen Moen as a nurse practitioner-adult emphasis and Barb Voigtman as a clinical nurse specialist-pediatric emphasis.

Tom Clifford, Susan Reichelt and Paul Moran were elected to the Prospera Credit Union Board of Directors.
Jason Johnson is the new North American sales manager for Marine Travelift Inc. in Sturgeon Bay. Johnson, who has been with the company since 2008, is now responsible for business development and marine sales in the Americas.

Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin added Darlene Anderson as the operations support assistant for the Shiner Center in Appleton. Goodwill also promoted Gail Churchill to assistant café team leader at the Harmony Café in Green Bay.

Mike Richard, the former owner of M&M Tool and Mold Inc. in Green Bay, has purchased three Door County businesses – Howie’s Tackle, the Cherryland Motel and Salmon Depot Fishing Charters.
George Waller, a senior lecturer in political science at UW-Fox Valley, received the 2011 Instructional Academic Staff Award for Outstanding Contributions to Political Science Education in the University of Wisconsin Colleges.

Rick Griesser, senior information management and security consultant for A.R.M.S. in De Pere, earned the Certified Secure Destruction Specialist certification from the National Association for Information Destruction.

Scott Young joined WOW Logistics in Appleton as a logistics engineer. He oversees the continuous improvement initiatives throughout the logistics’ operation.

Robert C. Di Renzo, Sheri H. Edison, James W. Johnson, Mark Loper and Brian Pertl joined the board of the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center in Appleton.

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers added Seth Merill to its group sales department.

Tony Krance of 401K Plan Advisors in Green Bay was appointed to the six-member research committee for the Government Accountability Office to study if fees associated with 401K plans are reasonable.